Reports began circulating late last week that the FCC intends to vote on Open Internet principles in December based on its Title I authority. The reports intensified when the FCC pushed back the scheduled December 15 meeting to December 21, although the FCC has not yet announced what items will be discussed at the meeting. Various stakeholders renewed meetings at the FCC last week on Open Internet issues, including AT&T, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, Verizon, CTIA, Free Press, and Public Knowledge. Republican lawmakers have publicly opposed any effort by the FCC to adopt Open Internet rules during the lame duck Congress.